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Athenaeuil C , Oct.29,191 .


I. Intr/duction :
Dr. Berger has presented
the subject from a biologic j
point of view, touching onl;li
incidenta31y on the much mo e 4
interesting and important
side of it.
I want to present very I
briefly an outline from the
sociological aspect. This
is much more important to
the University and more in-
teresting to the men assem-
bled here. I'll try to
show you the line up and th
play that is going to be
made in the next seven front is
We may make a touchdown.
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2

Notes made by - --

3ine up is weak.
We made a touchdown in
landing the Farmers' Insti-
tute work with the Univer-
sity (20 +h ) 1907.
We made a touchdown in
getting the Nursery Inspect-
or located on the Campus
(3 ~ ) 9112.
We played again for the
Hog Cholera Serum plant, bu
by a fumble the other side
scored (25 -.) 1931.
We played for the Coopera
tive Demonstration Work and
made a touchdown (25 m-) 19: 3.
We played for the passage
of the Smith-Lever Bill and
again made a touchdown (10 7 )
1933. In 8 years, or 1922
will yield $90 -thousand o
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3
Notes made by-

So much for introduction.
My outline must be shorn
of all detail and give only
the skeleton of a 30 minute
lecture.

Citrus Canker

II. Magnitude of Citrus In-
dustry.
(a) Capitalized at
$ 50 mil ions.
Last year's crop
3 2 millions.
Bearing groves
$220 millions
New set and nurser-
ies, 430 millions
(b) Owners best educate
agriculture ts.
(c)12 to 14�
grove owners in the
State.






Notes made by-

(d) Geographical Ioca-
tion south of Uni-
versity.
(e) Distribution of Sen-
ators and Represen-
tatives.
In legislature
Senate (3/5 anti-citrus
S (2/5 citrus
House (3/7 anti-citrus
(4/7 citrus
(f) Population, citrus
counties, 3ight.


III. Industry threatened.
A. Worked up and pre-
sented by Universily,
BA: A fumble in the pi,
gave the ball to
T enny.
C. Tenny made himself
Captain.






5
Notes made by--

(a) Organization of
Growers' & Snip-
pers' League. Or-
ganized in South
F orida.
(b) Coop. Dem. Work.
Organized No. &
West. F3a. 30
Counties out of 5(
D. Query, wbo wil] hold
the ball, July 1,1935
The Univ. or someone
else?
E. Tenny is paid $5000 s 1
ary per year and is w r
every cent of it. WhLt
are we doing to anmex hm
to our team? He was iA
enough to be on the
Cornell team, but
not big enough


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C. Breaking up of the
old machine politics
and substituting an-
other kind.
D. Evolution in Florida
is going on at a revc
lution pace.

VI. Significance.to University.
A. A test as to whether
we mean to be at the
lead in public ad-
vancement.
B. Is the University
able to adjust her-
self to the rapid de
velopment or the Stale.
C. The Experiment Static
with its solid forma-
tion has repeatedly
held the line for






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Notes made by--

someone else to
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Wly don't they see the
courts are cle n and
true?.
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A. Organization of
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Described by
Dr. Berger.
B. Organization of
Jefferson County.
Described by
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Citrus Canker, Athenaeum Club. Oct. 29, 1914 and Nov. 1915
ALL VOLUMES CITATION THUMBNAILS PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
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 Material Information
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 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Agricultural extension work -- Florida.
Agriculture -- Florida -- Experimentation.
Agriculture -- Study and teaching -- Brazil -- Minas Gerais.
Agriculture -- Study and teaching -- Florida.
Citrus fruit industry -- Brazil.
Leprosy -- Research -- Brazil.
Minas Gerais (Brazil) -- Rural conditions.
Escola Superior de Agricultura e Veterinaria do Estado de Minas Gerais.
Florida Cooperative Extension Service.
University of Florida. Agricultural Experiment Station.
University of Florida. Herbarium.
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Citrus' ac iler
Athenaeuin C4 Oct.29,191 -.


I. Introduction
Dr. Berger has presented
thie subject from a biol]ogic 3
point of view, touching onl;
incidenta]3y on the much ino e
interesting and important
side of it.
I want to present very .
briefly an outline from the
sociological] aspect. This
is much more inrportan t to
the University and more in-
teresting to the men assem-
bled here. I'll try to
show you the line up and. th
play that is going to be
nade in the next seven jiont is
We may make a touchdown. C
We lave the p,3yers but our




I2
Noles made by -------------

3ine up is weak .
We ma, e a toichdownr in
landing the Farmers' Insti-
tute work with the Univor-
sity (20 f. ). 907.
We made a touchdown in
getting the nursery Inspect-
or located on the Cai;ipus
(3 1 ) 2931.
We played again for the
Hog Cholera Serum plant, LU
by a fumble the other side 2
scored (25 i-. ) 1931.
We played for the Coopera-
tive Demonstration WorL and
made a touchdown (25 -m ) 19 3.
We played for the passage
of the Smilth-Lever Bill and.
again made a touchdown (10-t )
1933. In 8 y.-ars, or 1922
will yield 190 -thousand,
annual I y.





i 3
Notes made by -

So much for introduction.
vy outline must be shorn
of al] detail and give only
the shceletoh of a 30 minute
lecture.

Citrus Canker

II. Magnitude of Citrus In-
dustry.
(a) Capitalized at
$350 millions.
Last year's crop
$32 millions.
Bearing groves
"'120 mill ions
New set and nurser-
ies, .yO millions
(b) Owners best educate
agriculture ts.
(c) 12 to 14
grove owners in the
State.






Notes made by -

(d ) Geographical loca-
tion south of Uni-
versity.
(e) Distribution of Sen-
ators and Represen-
tatives.
In legislature
Senate (3/5 anti-citrus
S 2/5 citrus
House (3/7 anti-citrus
(4/7 citrus
(f) Population, citrus
counties, Iight.


III. Industry threatened.
A4 Worked up and pre-
sented by Universil
B S A fumb] e in the p]l,
gave tiieo bal to
Tenny.
C. i'ermy miao e Yhiii3oelf,


Cal ta in.






Notes made I


by .

(a) Organization of
Growers' & Ship-
pers' League. Or-
ganized in South
F3 orida.
(b) Coop. Dem. Work.
Organized No. &
West. Fla. 30
Counties out of 5(.
Query, who wil] hold.
the ball, July 3,2915
The Univ. or someone
else?
Tenny, is paid $5000 s l
ary per year and is w r th
every cent of it. Wh t
are we doing to auaex him
to our team? He was bi,
enough to be on the
Cornel2 team, but
not big enough





6
Notes made by- --

to be noticed.
by the U. of F.


IV. Awakening, of the Stat( .
A. Organization of
Dad e County.
Described by
Dr. Berger.
B. Organization of
Jefferson County.
Described by
Dr. Berger.


V. Significance to the
State.
A. Organization of the
most important. in-
dustry.
B. Passage of laws by
pressure of public
sentiment. en






Notes made by -

C. Breaking up of the
old machine 1l2itics
and substituting an-
other kind.
D. Evolution in Florida
is going on at a revc-
lution pace.

VI. Significance to Utnivers ty.
A. A test as to whether
we mean to be at the
lead in public ad-
vancement.
B. Is the University
able to adjust her-
self to the rapid, de-
velopment of the Stale.
C. The Experiment Staticn
with its solid forma,
tion has repeatedly
held the line for






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make a goal kick. l
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Wly don't they see the
courts are cle n and
true?.
WIy will they wink at
crooked public dealing
(Did. you ever stop to
think that the means
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